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Old 12-19-2015, 03:56 PM   #111 (permalink)
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Small announcement: I will shortly be reviewing member albums, and will place the reviews both here and in my Showcase journal. I want to listen to about three more albums each for "Love or Hate" and my Listening List, then I'm gonna concentrate on them. I have, so far, albums from
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anyone else wants to heave one my way just let me know.
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Old 12-19-2015, 04:03 PM   #112 (permalink)
 
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Small announcement: I will shortly be reviewing member albums, and will place the reviews both here and in my Showcase journal. I want to listen to about three more albums each for "Love or Hate" and my Listening List, then I'm gonna concentrate on them. I have, so far, albums from
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Plankton
Mystic


anyone else wants to heave one my way just let me know.
Why the hell not? It's in my sig.
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The overuse of babe/baby, the lack of any sort of discernible originality, the melodrama and the general sense of an especially heinous sort of hardcore vapid stupidity all make me want to jab my eyes out with a drill-press and then hang myself from the CN Tower with an electrified rope that sends shocks in excess of 10,000 volts through my body as I slowly die. While listening to Dream Theater.
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Old 12-19-2015, 04:09 PM   #113 (permalink)
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Why the hell not? It's in my sig.
I just knew you'd get your oar in!
No problem, will add.
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I just knew you'd get your oar in!
No problem, will add.
Well, naturally...
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The overuse of babe/baby, the lack of any sort of discernible originality, the melodrama and the general sense of an especially heinous sort of hardcore vapid stupidity all make me want to jab my eyes out with a drill-press and then hang myself from the CN Tower with an electrified rope that sends shocks in excess of 10,000 volts through my body as I slowly die. While listening to Dream Theater.
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Old 12-19-2015, 08:24 PM   #115 (permalink)
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Okay, basically I'm gong to listen to these over Christmas and then hopefully post reviews before New Year's Day, or maybe on it. I'll accept submissions up to Christmas Eve, up to a maximum of ten albums. BUT only ONE per member, so if yours is already in the queue don't hit me with another one (unless you want to change it, which you can, up to the 24th; however bear in mind I may have already listened to it by then, in which case I'll have to stick with the original).

I'll post a list of those to be listened to and colour-code them like the "Love or Hate?" thread, to show which ones I've listened to up to that point. The artiste is welcome to then PM me for my reactions before I post, if they want. (Green just means I've reviewed it. It isn't any indication as to what I thought of it)

The list so far:
Cheap Guitars by Planktons Odyssey (Plankton)
Sonic Architecture by The Architecht (The Mystic)
Avulsion by Daydream Society (YorkeDaddy)
The Bleeding Sun by The Cartridge Family (Plainview)
No Gods, No Music Theory! by General Disregard (Tristan Geoff)
Distant Relative of Nihilism by The Artist Formerly Known as Jesus the Carpenter (Frownland)
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Old 12-19-2015, 08:36 PM   #116 (permalink)
 
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Okay, basically I'm gong to listen to these over Christmas and then hopefully post reviews before New Year's Day, or maybe on it. I'll accept submissions up to Christmas Eve, up to a maximum of ten albums. BUT only ONE per member, so if yours is already in the queue don't hit me with another one (unless you want to change it, which you can, up to the 24th; however bear in mind I may have already listened to it by then, in which case I'll have to stick with the original).

I'll post a list of those to be listened to and colour-code them like the "Love or Hate?" thread, to show which ones I've listened to up to that point. The artiste is welcome to then PM me for my reactions before I post, if they want.

The list so far:
Cheap Guitars by Planktons Odyssey (Plankton)
(Name eludes me) by The Mystic (The Mystic) Can someone hit me up with the link again? I seem to have lost it.
Avulsion by Daydream Society (YorkeDaddy)
Greed by The Cartridge Family (Plainview)
To inform you, my latest album is The Bleeding Sun, not Greed.
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Old 12-19-2015, 09:06 PM   #117 (permalink)
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Okay, basically I'm gong to listen to these over Christmas and then hopefully post reviews before New Year's Day, or maybe on it. I'll accept submissions up to Christmas Eve, up to a maximum of ten albums. BUT only ONE per member, so if yours is already in the queue don't hit me with another one (unless you want to change it, which you can, up to the 24th; however bear in mind I may have already listened to it by then, in which case I'll have to stick with the original).

I'll post a list of those to be listened to and colour-code them like the "Love or Hate?" thread, to show which ones I've listened to up to that point. The artiste is welcome to then PM me for my reactions before I post, if they want.

The list so far:
Cheap Guitars by Planktons Odyssey (Plankton)
(Name eludes me) by The Mystic (The Mystic) Can someone hit me up with the link again? I seem to have lost it.
Avulsion by Daydream Society (YorkeDaddy)
Greed by The Cartridge Family (Plainview)
I guess do my demo, but keep in mind it's by no means perfect or of the quality of these other albums. If you're into noise rock, garage, or punk you should find at least some qualities you like about it though. Hopefeully we'll be able to record our second demo (which, by the way, we actually have real songs written for) by early next year.

The link is in my sig by the way.
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Old 12-19-2015, 09:29 PM   #118 (permalink)
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Might as well throw one of mine in. Go ahead and do Distant Relative of Nihilism, as that'll probably be most up your alley.

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Old 12-20-2015, 06:17 AM   #119 (permalink)
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To inform you, my latest album is The Bleeding Sun, not Greed.
Sorry about that. You seem to come out with a new album every day with a "y" in it... Changed now.
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I guess do my demo, but keep in mind it's by no means perfect or of the quality of these other albums. If you're into noise rock, garage, or punk you should find at least some qualities you like about it though. Hopefeully we'll be able to record our second demo (which, by the way, we actually have real songs written for) by early next year.

The link is in my sig by the way.
I have to say, it sounds like the kind of thing I'll hate, but I'll give it a go. Just don't be disappointed with my reaction.
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Might as well throw one of mine in. Go ahead and do Distant Relative of Nihilism, as that'll probably be most up your alley.

Watch Me Piss In My Own Mouth

Be as brutal as you like.
I'm gong to make it my life's work to find something of yours I can write positive things about.

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And yet, one thing still eludes him.

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Old 12-26-2015, 04:10 PM   #120 (permalink)
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Working on these now.
Again, does anyone have a link for that Mystic album?
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